Travel Guide

Historic cities

Big cities like Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw etc. with many historic relics, museums and other tourist attractions are quite well known, so in our travel guide we want to present you also some small towns and villages often very picturesque Read More »

Palaces in Poland

Poland, a country steeped in rich history and culture, is home to a plethora of magnificent palaces. Unlike castles, which were primarily built for defense, palaces in Poland were designed as luxurious residences for nobility and royalty, Read More »

Manor houses in Poland

The manor houses of Poland, traditionally the seats of the gentry, are more than just architectural marvels; they are custodians of the nation’s ancestral customs, patriotic spirit, and Sarmatian moral values. From the 16th century, these Read More »

Exploring the Religious Centers of Poland

Poland, a country with a rich religious heritage, is home to numerous sites of spiritual significance. From ancient cathedrals to sacred mountains, these centers attract not only the faithful but also history buffs and cultural enthusiasts. This Read More »

Historic Centre of Warsaw

In 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising, Nazis destroyed completly 85% of the Warsaw Old Town. After the war Poles decided to rebuilt this the most beautiful part of their capital, carefully following preserved historic documentation, old plans, Read More »

Dendrorogical Garden in Poznan

Dendrological Garden, covering the area of 4 ha, was established in 1920. Before World War II as many as 900 species and varieties of trees could be seen here. Since the Garden was open to the public, most of the vegetation had been devastated. Read More »

Sandomierz: A Tapestry of History and Beauty

Sandomierz, an ancient city on the Vistula River, is a historical gem in Eastern Poland. Its rich past, dating back to medieval times, is reflected in its stunning architecture and charming streets. Known for its picturesque Old Town, Sandomierz Read More »

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